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Thanks, man! I thought I counted 7, but @kulata already found one that I overlooked. Perhaps there are even more?

I didnt count. I just saw a sweet fit and that was all I needed to know. smile.gif
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Lewis is sulky. Still a fantastic driver, though. And I might be sulky, too, if my teammate were beating me in the championship because my car kept breaking. Ricciardo seems to be a great kid and a hell of a driver. Really dislike Webber. Nico comes off as a smug rich kid. Very good, but I wouldn't call him great. The Dastardly Alonso is the best on the grid, IMO. But he's, you know, dastardly.
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Is that a tom ford 3 piece? Looking sharp!
Office presentation today = no casual Friday
Solid blue suit, white Isaia shirt, kiton black label tie
Lobb shoes



It is indeed a Tom Ford 3 piece. Thanks! My most commented on suit in the street even by people who can't tell one designer from another.

Solid combo you have here too. I like the slope to the shoulders.
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Have a nice day everyone!

 

 

 

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Partial Friday Challenge x-post.


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Lewis is sulky. Still a fantastic driver, though. And I might be sulky, too, if my teammate were beating me in the championship because my car kept breaking. Ricciardo seems to be a great kid and a hell of a driver. Really dislike Webber. Nico comes off as a smug rich kid. Very good, but I wouldn't call him great. The Dastardly Alonso is the best on the grid, IMO. But he's, you know, dastardly.

Alonso is surly, Hamilton has been sulky and arrogant since I first met him when he was in his debut season. Nico had a privileged upbringing but is far from smug. Webber used to say all the right things but you got the impression underneath he was never interested in talking to you. Nico is the opposite, as is Button. Perhaps the best guy I met was Rubens Barrichello.
All the older guys, Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart etc are great.
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Hmmm...
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Originally Posted by spectre View Post

Hmmm...

Im with you on this one.
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Have a nice day everyone!









Nice but would have preferred horn buttons.
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spectre, always good to have another F1 fan aboard. I wasn't a huge Damon fan in the moment, but his near win in the Arrows was the beginning of a growing appreciation for him. He's proven to be a great ambassador for the sport, too. I met him at the British GP in 2008:


Met him? Or imposed a selfie? peepwall[1].gif
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That's cool! I got to meet Robert Kubica in Montreal after his win there in 2008. He also was a very genuine and intelligent and all around cool guy. He would switch from Polish to English to Italian like it was nothing...

I sat behind Nicole Scherzinger on flight home from the 2010 Canadian GP back to LA. She smelled good.

I am not a fan of his, but Alanso has got to be the best driver on the grid. Watching his drives are awe inspiring...

I am big fan of Nico and have been for some time, he is the most underrated driver.

Sorry to have derailed this thread from the topic at hand, but whenever someone mentions F1 and I get all funny inside...
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Im with you on this one.

Koodos to Spectre on the filter lol.
I first thut some special effects was used...
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Koodos to Spectre on the filter lol.
I first thut some special effects was used...

What do you mean filter? Have you seen the original post?
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spectre, always good to have another F1 fan aboard. I wasn't a huge Damon fan in the moment, but his near win in the Arrows was the beginning of a growing appreciation for him. He's proven to be a great ambassador for the sport, too. I met him at the British GP in 2008:


Met him? Or imposed a selfie? peepwall[1].gif

smile.gif Remember, this was 2008. Selfies weren't a thing. It was even taken with a real camera. Also, we chatted for a bit.

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Lewis is sulky. Still a fantastic driver, though. And I might be sulky, too, if my teammate were beating me in the championship because my car kept breaking. Ricciardo seems to be a great kid and a hell of a driver. Really dislike Webber. Nico comes off as a smug rich kid. Very good, but I wouldn't call him great. The Dastardly Alonso is the best on the grid, IMO. But he's, you know, dastardly.

Alonso is surly, Hamilton has been sulky and arrogant since I first met him when he was in his debut season. Nico had a privileged upbringing but is far from smug. Webber used to say all the right things but you got the impression underneath he was never interested in talking to you. Nico is the opposite, as is Button. Perhaps the best guy I met was Rubens Barrichello.
All the older guys, Stirling Moss, Jackie Stewart etc are great.

RUBENS! One of my all-time favorites.
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